The application of liberal institutionalism to peacekeeping has shed light on several important questions regarding why member states support the deployment of a specific operation, how they build support for their position, whether domestic preferences influence their strategies in the Security Council and why they volunteer troops for peacekeeping. Sponsorship records have proven to be a useful sourse for researching coalition-building on peacekeeping.

Carla Monteleone, & Kseniya Oksamytna (2020). Liberal Institutionalism. In K. Oksamytna, & J. Karlsrud (a cura di), United Nations Peace Operations and International Relations Theory (pp. 48-67). Manchester : Manchester University Press.

Liberal Institutionalism

Carla Monteleone;
2020

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The application of liberal institutionalism to peacekeeping has shed light on several important questions regarding why member states support the deployment of a specific operation, how they build support for their position, whether domestic preferences influence their strategies in the Security Council and why they volunteer troops for peacekeeping. Sponsorship records have proven to be a useful sourse for researching coalition-building on peacekeeping.
Carla Monteleone, & Kseniya Oksamytna (2020). Liberal Institutionalism. In K. Oksamytna, & J. Karlsrud (a cura di), United Nations Peace Operations and International Relations Theory (pp. 48-67). Manchester : Manchester University Press.
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